About
  • Ferret Press is a publisher of fine indie comix. PANEL is a comic book writer/artist collective, based in Columbus, Ohio. This is our group blog.
  • Check out our books at: Ferret Press
  • Check out Dara Naraghi's new site: DaraNaraghi.com
  • RSS Feed
Lifelike

Dara Naraghi's graphic novel Lifelike is now available in both digital and print editions. Click here for more info.

Books – Dara
Image of Lifelike
Image of Igor Movie Prequel
Image of Witch & Wizard: Battle for Shadowland (Witch & Wizard (Idw))
Image of Terminator: Salvation Movie Prequel
Image of Witch & Wizard Volume 2: Operation Zero (Witch & Wizard (Idw))
Image of Ghostbusters: Haunted Holidays
Image of Cory Doctorow's Futuristic Tales Of The Here And Now
Image of The Absurd Adventures of Archibald Aardvark Volume 1: Bullets, Booze, and Beelzebub
Image of MGM Drive-in Theater: Motel Hell and IT
Books -Panel
Image of No Dead Time
Image of Comic Book Tattoo Special Edition
Image of Saint Germaine: Tales of an Immortal
Image of Sherlock Holmes & Kolchak: Cry For Thunder S/N Limited Edition HC
Image of Ghost Sonata
Image of Vampire The Masquerade Volume 1: Blood and Roses
Image of Moonstone Monsters Volume 1

Something a bit different this week: a cover.

This was submitted by PANELista Andy Bennett, so he’s recusing himself. Good luck to the rest of you guys.

Like this post? Share it!

    9 Responses to “Monday Morning “Guess the Artist””

    • Nate says:

      Russ Heath? Seems like maybe that’s too obvious, but it looks like him to me.

    • Tony Goins says:

      The muzzle flash is making me think Jim Aparo.

    • Nate says:

      The more I look at it the more I think I’m wrong. The hatching isn’t quite Heath, and the water splashes and the shadow on the rock face look a bit too contemporary. I’m still not sure who it is, but I think those are the “tells.
      Great choice Bennett.

    • Craig B says:

      The only artist I know of that vintage who had a military background and a fetish for drawing warplanes is Herb Trimpe. Not sure he ever did anything for DC, though.

    • Dara says:

      No correct guesses yet…it’s a toughie

    • Craig B says:

      Believe it or not, that small part of the cover where the propellor overlaps the tank jumps out at me. That plus knowing who was around DC at the time…

      Simonson.

    • Nate says:

      I think Craig is right. The shadow has a definite Simonson quality.

    • Andy Bennett says:

      That tank is about the most outrageous shade of green I’ve ever seen. Not good for stealth, but great for making a cover jump off the shelf at you! What a beautiful piece of art.

    • Dara says:

      Craig Bogart for the win!

      Answer: This cover is by Walt Simonson. From G.I. Combat #169, DC Comics, February 1974.

    Search
    Categories
    Archives

    Copyright © 2017 Ferret Press – PANEL Blog. Search Engine Optimization by Star Nine. Distributed by Wordpress Themes